ALPHARETTA, GA - LeasePlan USA is very proud to announce that Nancy D'Amico, senior vice president and CIO, has been named a finalist in the 2010 Women of the Year in Technology Awards. D'Amico is one of three finalists in the mid-sized/medium organizations category - those with 251 to 2,500 employees.
The Women of the Year in Technology Award is an annual program, presented by Women in Technology (WIT) that celebrates women executives in technology for their accomplishments as leaders in business, as visionaries of technology and as women who make a difference in our communities. WIT's mission is to develop and promote women for success in technology in Georgia.
"Since coming on board just a few short years ago, Nancy has implemented an IT strategy focused on providing premium service to our clients by complementing, not replacing our high-touch service model. She is listening
to our clients and our employees and it is showing in LeasePlan's client and employee satisfaction results. I am extremely proud of Nancy and her team and I congratulate her on this prestigious honor," said Michael A.
Pitcher, president and CEO.
The winners of the 2010 Women of the Year in Technology Awards will be announced at the Awards Dinner Gala on Nov. 10, 2010 at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly.
"Judges of the 2010 WIT Awards face a daunting challenge in determining which of these extraordinary women will be selected as winners of the Woman of the Year in Technology Awards," says Sandy Hofmann, president of WIT.
"The finalists are impressive representatives of women at the top of their field in technology in Georgia and are deserving of our recognition."
LeasePlan USA is a subsidiary of LeasePlan Corp. N.V., the world leading provider of fleet management services. The company, which manages 1.3 million vehicles across 30 countries, offers clients customized plans for total fleet cost reduction through its technologically advanced products and dedication to customer service.
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